Georgia O'Keeffe Catalogue
Tate Publishing
Project Description

A once-in-a-generation publication offering fresh perspectives and new research on O’Keeffe’s work from the 1910s through to the 1960s. This book was produced to co-incide with the blockbuster show at Tate Modern during the summer of 2016.
 
Featuring essays from a new generation of scholars, focusing on themes including O’Keeffe’s place within the early modern avant-garde; the construction of identity and artistic persona; the influence of the cultures and landscapes of the places in which she worked; and the relationship between painting and photography. Lavishly illustrated with many rarely reproduced works and a full illustrated chronology.